Everyone on the project has lots of enthusiam. There are extremely bright students, instructors, project managers and dedicated social workers from the non-profit housing group profiled and followed along as they work on the effort. However, not one individual offered any out-of-the-box thinking and/or skepticism by simply asking, "Hey, aren't we building in a flood plain? The city is sinking about 3 ft every 100 years. Is this even a good idea?"
Tough problems are best dealt with using both heart and mind. 'Architecture School' showed it had plenty of heart/passion and provides an excellent window into the art and science of architecture. But, to the discredit of the discipline, the program also shows that the Tulane project had little if any mind.